It's time for the demise of my 2012 piece "You never know what Life may bring", I need the cable for my cable portraits. But every cloud has a silver lining and I''m getting to revisit other parts of the piece too.
What a fab day at SynBio Future 2016 Conference:Future Axioms in synthetic biology, listening to so many people with so many ideas for improving lives. A special shout for Bethan Wolfenden from Bento Lab who are putting out for crowd funding from 21st March. How could anyone not want at least one in each room and one for the car? http://www.bento.bio/
Today, 09 February 2016, is the day when the Monkey meets the Hare. Kung Hee Fatt Choy to all! Lucky colours for the Year of the Monkey are blue, white and gold and accordingly, Mr Usagi Hare is sporting his most auspicious coat. The main blue hue is based on Colortrend's "Inkwell" which has that subtly beautiful quality of changing with the ambient light, ranging from an almost imperial purple to a mysterious Prussian blue black. Their clear gloss varnish has given him a really touchable glassy lacquered finish.. and Mr Usagi Hare quite likes his ears to be rubbed.
Right now, you'll find him at Powerscourt Centre but he will go over to the CHQ building on the 29th - most fittingly that's the leap day!
If you'd like to bid for this hare, please go to the following link
Jack and Jill Foundation "Hares on the March" fundraising event
Each combination of DNA creates a world of possibilities; combinations of people walking down a given street at a given time, combinations of atoms and sub particles to make new molecules. All over the universe, possibilities of every size and hue open and close like a huge, breathing matrix within which we exist like little particles, scudding from one channel to the next.
Cork Textiles Network's "Love Knot "Exhibition, Bishopstown Library, Cork, Ireland. 3rd - 27th February 2015
Opening on Saturday, 6th February 2015 at 4pm
creating tales of things and other places